discount[ verb dis-kount, dis-kount; noun, adjective dis-kount ]SEE DEFINITION OF discount
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCOUNT
Two and two are four and three are seven—take off the discount.
Even in Boston, mellowed though it was by culture, the classical was at a discount.
Social reformers are not in request there, however, and morality is at a discount.
He cannot ask his friends to assist him in the discount of bills.
But I wouldn't wonder if those remarks was subject to a discount.
"Well, maybe we can discount that hundred some for cash," he admitted.
Gold is also rising, and the Bank discount goes daily higher.
Talk about the Jew and the Chinaman; why, they would be at a discount!
I expect to obtain a discount of at least five-and-twenty per cent.
The whole demand for discount was thrown upon the Bank of England.